Twitter’s Periscope is going after live broadcasters in a big way, as it’s now promising to give back more of their earnings from the sales of Super Hearts in their live video streams.Introduced in June, Super Hearts are in-app virtual goods that offer a form of virtual tipping.The idea is similar to Twitch’s or YouTube’s emotes, but instead of custom emoji… Read More
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DOMESTIC LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY
2013 - MRS. M'S COUNTRY HEARTS AND MORE!, LLC
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- Periscope ups payouts to broadcasters on sales of Super Hearts, adds holiday bonuses
By Sarah Perez - Wednesday Nov 1, 2017
- Teresa Santos: Died in Napa fire providing care for an older woman
By Jonathan Kauffman - Monday Nov 6, 2017
When the Atlas Peak fire swept across the hills above Napa Valley on the night of Oct. 8, it consumed a house on Soda Canyon Road where Teresa Santos was providing home care to 90-year-old Sally Lewis. Both women perished in the flames. Ms. Santos’s family has requested privacy as they grieve, and so little is known about her life and work. Windermere Tirados, Mrs. Lewis’s daughter, said Ms. Santos, 50, had been caring for her mother for a year. “Terry was a fantastic woman, taking such good care of my mother,” Mrs. Tirados said. The Tirados family, who rushed to Mrs. Lewis’ house that night to find it engulfed in flames, had initially hoped that Ms. Santos had been able to save herself.
- New Zealand to Be Led by Jacinda Ardern, 37, Capping Labour Revival
By CHARLOTTE GRAHAM - Thursday Oct 19, 2017
A dramatic show of support from a minor party has put Ms. Ardern in line to be the country’s youngest prime minister in more than 150 years.
- Marilyn Ress, who died in Wine Country fire, remembered as ‘angel on Earth’
By Sam Whiting - Thursday Oct 19, 2017
During the holidays at the Mayette Apartments in Santa Rosa, Marilyn Ress went door-to-door to find out which of her fellow residents had no place to go for Thanksgiving and Christmas dinner. She’d bring the list to her best friend, Cynthia Conners, who would start cooking. Then when the day came, Ms. Ress would put on an apron with hearts on it, wrap individual dinner plates in foil and make deliveries to anyone who was home alone. “She’d give them a meal, and she’d give them a hug,” Conners said. “She was ecstatic and proud.” Prouder still that after 15 years in the apartment complex, Ms. Ress saved enough to buy her own home in the Journey’s End Mobile Home Park on Flamingo Road.
- Wine Country fires: Karen Aycock, 54, dead in Tubbs Fire
By Jill Tucker - Sunday Oct 15, 2017
Karen Aycock, 54, of Santa Rosa died Monday in the Tubbs Fire. She loved animals, perhaps more than people, her friends said. Ms. Aycock volunteered with animal rescue groups and had several cats, who meant everything to her, said Chad Hinden, Aycock’s friend and former roommate. She wouldn’t have left her beloved animals behind even if her life were in danger, he said. “Even if she knew there was a fire, she more than likely would have perished trying to rescue them,” said Hinden. “She wouldn’t leave the house without her animals.” Ms.
- In the Heart of ‘The Resistance,’ California Conservatives Are Invigorated
By JEREMY W. PETERS - Tuesday Oct 31, 2017
The state, a bright blue bulwark of anti-Trump politics, is also the source of many of the ideas and personalities that animate the right today.